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, if you'd like to start off. i know a number of people will be speaking, nadia, joe, brook and john. so, john, why don't you go ahead. >> thank you, supervisor. good morning, chair farrell, supervisor mar, supervisor avalos. i'm from the convention facilities. get the slide. >> sfgtv -- >> thank you. today we have three separate except but related items you'll be asked to act on today. an order authorizing the issuance of cops, supplemental appropriation for cops and resolution finding fiscal feasibility. joining me today are joe president and ceo of the san francisco travel association. joe will talk briefly about the need to expand the moscone center. next brook, dpw senior project manager, will go through the project scope sequencing fiscal and feasibility. nadia, [speaker not understood], will go through financing cop issuance. i'll come back and briefly review the schedule and wrap up today's presentation. thank you again for your valuable time and continued support as we move through this important project through the legislative process. i would now like to introduce joe to discu
for talking about that. >> thank you. >> thank you, nadia. as you can see by the schedule, we have a lot going on. >> excuse me real quick, supervisor avalos. >> i just have a quick question. perhaps, john, you might be able to respond. we have our tourist improvement district which probably is going to continue. is that going to have play any role in the actual debt service that we have? >> i'm going to let nadia respond to that. >> the tourism improvement district. so, there is a portion that's going to continue that's going to serve the convention visitors bureau outreach and marketing. and then what the other portion that was paying for -- >> the renovation is the .5 [speaker not understood]. >> that part is expiring [speaker not understood]? >> yes, in 2013 which is why it ramps up from .5 to 1.25. if has to [speaker not understood]. * it >> thank you. so, as you can see by the schedule, if you'll bring that up, please, we have a lot going on in the weeks and months ahead. today's presentation is highlighted in the slide in orange. coming up next, february 5th, the board sitting as a com
are heating up at the lincoln center for fashion week. nadia is our very own fashionista and has a nice surprise for all the fashion fans out there. he has dressed some of the top people. the first lady, penelope cruz. he's a big deal. >> and he's so talented. i don't know if you've seen his work, but the enature embroidery. he's an indian born american fashion designer whose run way show this week is expected to be a showstopper. his designs have been worn by megastars such as lady gaga and a-list celebrities. but there are no bigger fan than the first lady herself. we'll get to that in a moment. but first i'd like to welcome naheem khan joining from us new york. how are you? >> i'm fine, good morning. >> you must be quite tired. working on your show. have you been up for all hours of the night? >> well, fashion week is nonstop. so from here i go back to the studio. it was up to 11:00 last night. >> and what will we see from naheem khan in this fall fashion show? >> glamour and more glamour. i just wanted to up the ante this season. i wanted to be super glam from using crystals. the in
of these working women is with us today, vivian mchail. and she's here from maine with her daughter, nadia. at 16 months, nadia was diagnosed with a rare auto immune condition which left her completely deaf in both ears. vivian knew that nadia would need her full-time attention and fmla was there for her. it meant not having to choose between her job and her family. it's hard to imagine being in vivian's situation and having to tell your child that you can't be by your side as she faces a medical challenge that would terrify any adult. and that's the choice no parent should have to make. but the sad reality is too many still do because only half of americans qualify under fmla and millions can't afford to take advantage of the unpaid leave it offers. the family medical and leave act was a big step forward and now it's time to build on what was accomplished 20 years ago. i am thankful to be here with so many of these strong leaders in congress who are fight to do just that. now please join me in welcoming vivian mchail. [applause] >> thank you very much for that kind introduction. good afternoon,
you. as tina mentioned i am nadia and with the civil rights committee with the coalition in san and my comments are about the work with the san francisco police department work with the fbi. as many of you may recognize me and hear again the coalition worked to reduce rational and religious profiling of the communities. in fact the first hearing we had was september 2010 so that gives an idea how long we have been working on it and in the san francisco civil rights ordinance. given this effort and for many reasons we were extremely disappointed we were not giving report by the chief and found about it a few days ago and had to scramble schedules. as you know we have been waiting to speak. we would have more public comment if we had notice. we are concerned about it. we want to outline the communications we had with the chief. we sent a letter to the chief what we thought should be included in the report back and three members of the coalition that couldn't be here tonight met with the chief and others and verbally assured to provide a report with the information requested
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to ring in the year of the snake. nadia, first of all, wishing you prosperity. >> thank you. >> which is the greeting people say. [ speaking foreign language ] >> that's why i stuck to english. so impressed. tell me the year of the snake. >> year of the snake. if you are a snake, which i happen to know is your sign, it means you're generous, charming, smart, and it also means you should take risk this is year because it will pay you abundant difference depends. >> i will take anything that's good that works in my favor. let's talk about it's a very colorful festival. there are usually the dragons dancing and you see a lot of red and golds. >> yes, lots of red, red meaning prosperity, abundance, passion. and one of the things that's wonderful is you give your family red envelopes. and in the red envelopes are crisp notes. so again, the whole idea behind abundance and color and bringing in the joy. >> i love the music. and i love watching the magnificent danceses that are so in-hair represent in the part of the chinese culture. >> and you often see the dragon dancers and lion dancers. a
nadia belchick. why wine? >> they're now making wine. they're doing it with a renowned french winemaker so the label is going to say jolie-pitt-parin. they've been to blending sessions and even involved in the very unique design of the bottle, as you can see. you may remember that brad pitt fancies himself as an amateur architect. interesting wine and interesting bottle. >> you say interesting wine. you can attach any name to it, but it has to be good wine to sell. so, what do we know about the quality of this? >> we know they started with a rosa and interestingly enough it used to be called pink floyd because he reported the wall on the estate where angelina and brad lived and have lived since 2008. 1,000-acre chateau estate in the wine district of france, which is conducive to growing grapes organically. so, we know they're going to start off with that and then go to weitz and then eventually reds. >> boy, they're living the life. >> you may ask why. various reasons why celebrities will do this. tax rebates. maybe because they really love wine and their own use and very lucrati lucrat
producer nadia. you have been raving about this film. tell us about it. >> i grew up on the music of rodriguez and why it's so extraordinary is it documents the search for sixto rodriguez who was as famous as the beatles or rolling stones but lived as a laborer in detroit, virtually poverty stricken and didn't know he was a figure in south africa. >> why do you think so many people in south africa are responding to this as they are? >> they responded to his music. he sang about the anti-establishment blues. he had a wonderful song called "i wonder if hatred will ever end." his lyrics resonated with a whole generation of south africas. they didn't know who he was. >> it's incredible they find him. what is he doing now sph. >> they realize you can't get the album in america, but you can in south africa. right now, rodriguez is doing concerts in south africa. he's done numerous concerts, sold out concerts in south africa. his first concert was in 1998. he walks into the stadium and there is a standing ovation and he literally goes backwards because he was a laborer in detroit and he
francisco recruits includes officers who left smaller departments in search of a bigger challenge. nadia is a former police officer. >> at san francisco, there are so many different assignments you can immerse yourself in different trainings and things like that, test for the assignment and then be a part of that assignment. >> this current crop of san francisco police department recruit social security set to graduate from the academy in july. in san francisco, david stevenson ktvu channel 2 news. >>> bay area sample lg of entry-level salaries for sxaufs dep tis. san francisco police start out about $88,000 a year. continue cost sheriff's department starts at about 70 to 80,000. oakland police salaries start at just under $60,000 a year. >>> today a vallejo high school football coach filed suit against the catholic church over his firing. this is a story we first reported for you last month. that's when chris was fired in the hazing scandal of st. vincent st. patrick high school. he was the scapegoat for blowing the whistle on sexual hazings of groups of younger players by older ones. t
that are here today. i think nadia is trying to get down here as soon as she finishes the final ratings on other companies. but i first of all -- it really is a necessity to have someone at the helm of the assessor's office. i personally want to thank zoom wynn who has been in that transition for us. she's a real delight to have work with in this time period. she's held the office together and i want to thank her permly for being here today. (applause) >> a great job. you know, it comes as no surprise probably for all of us that i've chosen carmen. carmen has been willing to step up to be the assessor. if you look at what she's done and has been at the helm of our budget committee and working with my office and all the financial entities, of course, truly representing the board at the budget office last couple years. we've done a tremendous amount of good work together and she's made that connection that i have often spoke about in working with the board together on the budgets and making sure we cover all the interests and needs. but also being very fiscally smart and brilliant in her efforts t
. it was really inspiring. my name is nadia. i'm a legal fellow with the bill of rights committee. i've worked with many organizations here supporting supervisor chiu's resolution. i want to thank all co-sponsors and encourage any other supervisor interested to seib on as a co-sponsor and to support the resolution. i just wanted to mention that the issued you heard tonight, the resolution is supported by 27 different community organizations * from across the city and from across different communities that's including groups such as the coalition for safe san francisco, council on american islamic relations, chinese progressive alliance, japanese american citizens league, and i'm not going to list them all out again. i want to be brief. * issues and i think all of you have heard enough about why the provisions of the nda are concerning and the resolution from san francisco make sense. i won't stress those points again. difficult want to mention i have 89 letters that have been signed by san francisco residents. these taken at a table at a day of remembrance event that happened last weekend an
york. nadia joins us. how did fashion week get started? it's so popular, but where did it begin? >> in 1943 during world war ii, new yorkers couldn't get to paris for paris fashion week so they created their own and it became the fashion week of new york, in fact, known as press week. so, all the way back to 1943 and it now happens twice a year and it literally goes from new york and then london and milan and paris in that order now know as the mercedes-benz fashion week. >> this year, every year is different. what trends are we looking out for today. >> we won't know until the models are on the runway. we are hearing about a lot of color and we saw the s.a.g. awards and the golden globes and all kinds of color. i spoke to a designer yesterday and she said she's going to use magenta, brown and silver. there you see jessica chastain who will no doubt be at fashion week this week. >> it is a seen and be seen event. i was there once and my jaw was dropping. who will we see this year? >> we'll see "vogue" editor who was "the devil wears prada." and she'll be there in all her glory a
in search of a bigger challenge. nadia muhammad is a former police officer. >> you can immerse yourself in the assignment. >> reporter: they are set to graduate from the academy in san francisco in july. reporting live in san francisco david stevenson ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now. here's a sample of entry level salaries for new bay area officers and deputies. san francisco police start at about $88,000 a year. l contra costa county sheriff's department is 72 to $80,000. >>> police say a 16-year-old girl just arrested told them that she had been selling herself on the street since she was 11 years old. it iss one example that makes up the world of human trafficking in the south bay. robert handa live in san jose how investigators are working to stop it. >> reporter: we are in an area near downtown san jose that police say is under constant watch for prostitution. yelled we reported on a police sting operation here and the arrest of some prostitutes and alleged customers but historically the problem will return. so what is the big picture in finding a solution. police cal
of the speech. [video clip] >> one of those we lost was a young girl named nadia pendleton. she was 15 years old. she loved fig newtons. she was a majorette. she was so good to her friends. they all thought they were her best friend. just three weeks ago she was here in washington with her classmates performing for her country at my inauguration. a week later, she was shot and killed in a chicago park after school, just a mile away from my house. her parents nate and cleo are in this chamber tonight along with more than two americans whose lives have been torn apart by gun violence. they deserve a vote. [applause] they deserve a vote. [applause] day deserve a vote -- they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a vote. the families of oak creek and tucson and blacksburg can countless other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. -- and countless other communities. host: the nra released a video during his speech. [video clip] >> president obama gives a good speech. when you listen to him t
was a young girl named nadia pendleton. he was 15 years old. she loved figure newtons and lip gloss. she was a majorette. she was so good to her friends that they all thought they were her best friend. just three weeks ago she was here in washington with her classmates perfect forming for her country at my inauguration. and a week later, she was shot and killed in a chicago park after school. just a mile away from my house. her parents are in this chamber tonight. along with more than two dozen americans whose lives have been torn apart by gun violence. they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a vote. the families of tucson and blacksburg and the countless other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> i thought that was a very powerful moment in the speech. jennifer, i'm curious your reaction to it. because it seems to me that there's two things going there. one is -- the -- details of newtown were so horrific i think helped to educate americans a bit how many people died fr
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